Dutch jazz singer Edith van den Heuvel from Luxembourg and jazz pianist Frank Harrison from London perform together again.
Their second duo concert at the premises of Pianos Kelly in Niederanven will be an intimate concert featuring jazz-standards from composers such as Duke Ellington, Michel Legrand and Jerome Kern but also some more contemporary works from Kenny Wheeler.
Frank Harrison (photo) is one of UK's finest young jazz pianists and probably best known as a member of saxophonist Gilad Atzmon’s Orient House Ensemble. He has released two albums to critical acclaim and even praise from the legendary Ronnie Scott who said: “Frank Harrison is one of the most talented young musicians I have heard”.
Edith van den Heuvel, who has been in Luxembourg since 1994, is currently singing with the Blue Art Orchestra in Cologne under the direction of Georg Ruby and as part of a duo with guitar player Dany Schwickerath. In 2009 she released her first duo album, Hidden Waltz.
Tickets at €10 can be booked in advance on tel: 347 069 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pianos Kelly, rue de Munsbach, Niederanven